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#iCONVICTION (Getting a Hold on Sorrow): Cape May County Herald
I walked a mile with Pleasure; 

She chatted all the way; 
 But left me none the wiser

For all, she had to say.

I walked a mile with Sorrow; 

And ne’er a word said she; 

But, oh! The things I learned from her, 

When Sorrow walked with me.

- Robert Browning


I don’t know about you, but I know...
#iCONVICTION (The Meaning of Merry Christmas): Cape May County Herald
Nobody can curse what God has blessed. I will testify that having a “Merry Christmas” has nothing to do with presents and everything to do with His presence. And guess what? From the beginning of time, God allows His promises to be born in strange places. “In a manger” (Luke 2:7). My Savior was born outside the world’s acceptance. “No room for them in the inn” (Luke 2:7).

Having a "Merry Christmas" isn't about being liked by the crowd, but it does...
The Trailblazer: "Matt Maher Speaks to Students" (by Hanna Kimball)
-The Trailblazer-
The Eyes, Ears, and Voice of Pascack Hills High School

He was “that guy;” nineteen years of soccer training, 16 years of education, and a lifetime of popularity and fame that all ended in a second on March 7, 2009. Matt Maher was a 25-year-old professional soccer player when he drove under the influence, crashed, and killed 55-year-old Hort Kap. Since his release from five and a half years in prison in 2014, he has presented his....
#iCONVICTION (Now That's a Swan Song): Cape May County Herald
Have you ever heard the term “swan song?” It refers to the ancient belief that swans sing a beautiful song in the moment just before death, having been silent or not so musical during most of their lifetime. This proverbial saying stemmed from Greek mythology. I find there is some metaphorical truth to this. It is often in our darkest moments that we have...
#iCONVICTION (LIVING in TODAYs TRUST): Cape May County Herald
What do you do when you’ve found yourself between yesterday’s tragedy and tomorrow’s triumph? I cannot tell you what to do, but please allow me to share what God graced me to do, and hopefully that will be the inspiration you need to get through.
First, you cannot worry about the time you will spend waiting between tragedy and triumph, knowing that God is always working even while we’re waiting. You see, when you think too hard about time, time can...
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